The Master, Judd Tully, is scouting sales at the Mayfair super fair held in advance of Frieze. Here are his sales recorded on ArtInfo.com:
- Mayor Gallery: a small early Alexander Calder tabletop mobile from the 1960s in the six-figure pounds range, as well as a stunning suite of four Outsider art pieces — done with ball point pen and colored pencils — by the late Chicagoan Joseph Yoakum in the five-figure range.
- Van de Weghe Fine Art and Galerie Vedovi of Brussels: a beautiful ten-unit, galvanized steel-and-blue-Plexiglass work by Donald Judd, entitled “Stack” (1980), which went for $2.6 million & Agostino Bonalumi, “Untitled (Bianco)” (2010), for €34,000 ($47,340)
- Hopkins Custot Gallery: Antoni Tapies sold in the region of its $465,000 asking price & Robert Delaunay, “Tour Eiffel” (1929) sold […] at $3.6 million.
- Lefevre Gallery: Jean Dubuffet, “La Noce Galouche,” for its asking price of $2 million
- Espace Nelombos and Olivier Thomas. Of the ten masterworks [by Picasso], at least one had sold by Monday evening for a price in excess of €1 million ($1.4 million).